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Saturday, September 03, 2011

Remember when the Supreme Court allowed homes to be destroyed to benefit a developer? The case was Kelo vs. New London.

The property has been turned into a dump.

. . . the city’s project has been a failure, with 91 acres of waterfront property sitting there empty and overgrown by weeds.

Now, we learn from the local newspaper, The Day, that following the hurricane Irene, the city has designated the Fort Trumbull redevelopment site as a place to dump vegetation debris. For a video of locals dumping that stuff on the site, click here.
The development never happened, the site sits abandoned, the homes are gone and Justice Clarence Thomas is vindicated.

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